Beowulf sails for Heorot Hall. (Roger Raupp from “Three cheers for Beowulf, Different portraits of the legendary hero”, Dragon magazine No. 85, May 1984.)
Actuellement exposé au musée du bois à Revel (31) :)
What I enjoyed about 1st and 2nd edition 40k was the period it happened. The Internet was unheard of to most, a bizarre PC ‘library’ to others. It’s lack of intrusion allowed invention. My neighbour, way older than me at the time, played on his bed. The ruffled quilt being the landscape during some squad skirmishes. Epic was played on an open fireplace (the fire wasn’t on).
Thinking back to this warmed the heart. And it made me think of terrain. Rather than spend a small fortune getting more GW terrain - though the Imperial Sector box from Element Games is a top purchase - I looked at my recycling bin.
A washing tablet box. A knock-off Pringles tub. Some used toilet rolls. With some PVA glue and patience, and little time required, a strong structure has been put in place. It’s suitable for tonight’s game were we’ll be trying out the Tactical Cards for the first time.
Plus, some dirt cheap plastic fish plants off of eBay arrived and they’ll provide tonight’s narrative - a discovered source of regenerative herbs for the Tau. Trouble is, Slaanesh wants them for his sexy garden. Finders Keepers…with claws and guns.
The spirit of the Rogue Trader lives!
My new mini comic To Become Day.
I did a different version of this comic but ended up throwing it away and starting over. I wanted to push myself on the layouts and the first version was really lame.
I’ve been working on a bunch of other comics, so my personal comics are getting done at a slower pace but still getting done.